Can Artificial intelligence, Robots, Humanoids learn ethics and morales?

Researchers at Georgia Tech believes Robots can learn to conform to human norms, the paper argues, through a method called “Quixote”, which teaches artificial agents to read stories that demonstrate human values and then rewards them for “good” behaviour. Researchers have developed a system called “Quixote”, which has a capacity to learn humanly acceptable behavior and act accordingly to Artificial intelligence The learning process starts when a story is passed along to Quixote by Scheherazade, it then converts and breaks the information into different actions, either reward or punishment signals. The teaching is done via programming. Mark Riedl and Brent Harrison, researchers at Georgia Tech’s School of Interactive Computing, have developed software that allows robots to read fables and glean proper sequences of events. Then the technique assigns ‘rewards’ (basically…


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